Is your resume padded or are you just happy to see me
I was going to read this column from Focus on the Family’s Stu Shepard until he wrote something that brought me up short:
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore’s Ten Commandments monument may be out of public sight, but the debate is not. One key question at the center of the controversy: When is it appropriate â€” or even necessary â€” for Christians to disobey a court order?
There are several reasons why the situation Moore finds himself in demands defiance of a federal court order, according to former United Nations ambassador Alan Keyes.
“former United Nations ambassador Alan Keyes“.
This is a common stunt by Keyes who has actually been addressed as “Ambassador” by those wholly-without-merit reporters over at Fox News, and Alan never corrects them. For the record:
Alan Keyes – Ambassador to the U.N. Economic and Social Council
…which is not quite the same as former United Nations ambassador Alan Keyes.
Calling him “ambassador is just as ludicrous as MSNBC calling his cancelled TV show: Alan Keyes is Making Sense. Here’s a fairly amusing spin on the cancellation of Keyes show. See how many lies you can count. Here’s one to get you started:
Dick Morris, widely considered the most influential political consultant in America, appeared on the show and, after calling a Keyes comment “brilliant,” said, “There’s a difference between talk-show hosts and people who know what they’re talking about, and you just showed that.”